When many people talk about vintage watches, they discuss the latest £1,000,000 plus auction results but sometimes it just nice to appreciate a simple 1950.s Omega automatic like this example.
This watch from 1950 comes in a 34 mm stainless steel case with decorative downturned lugs, Inside the case is the early cal 351 automatic or “bumper” movement so called due to the feeling of movement on the wrist.
The pale cream dial is decorated with applied gold Omega symbol and gold hour markers, this simple clean dial is helped by the central second hand rather than the more commonly seen at this time sub second dial.
Will it ever be worth £1,000,000.00 no probably not but will it give someone a lot of pleasure? yes, I think it will.
Our stock number 993